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50 years Restaurant Split . »Traveling to other times only exists in Science-Fiction movies? Far from it. Visiting the Restaurant Split reminds a lot on earlier days, when we used to go to the Yugo.” (Michael Kranz, 2011, Berliner Zeitung) . Welcome to Restaurant Split, the oldest Croatian restaurant in Berlin . Germany in the 1960s: The demand of foreign workers is very high. Mate Pogacic and Slavko Covic, two young men from Tijarica, a small village north from the coastal city of Split, decide to try their luck in then Western-Berlin. Both are in their early 20s and work as waiters. In the late spring of 1966 it seems as if they found the suitable premise to reach the goal of self-employment.…
$8 - $22
European, Croatian, International, Central European
Great cozy place! Friendly staff, food was amazing and a lot! Value/price is great. Plavac(red wine) is also super nice! We took the menu(72) for 2 persons, couldn’t finish it all because is was so much! Deffinitly comming back here!
Its been a while since we visited a Balkan Grill! So a trip to KZ in Berlin to the 50 years established Split restaurant. My wife and I loved it! We drank Croatian beer,The food was real good,the service was friendly and attentive and the...More
We found this place by searching Google Maps for all restaurants near where we stayed, at Sarotti Hofe, just around the corner. We had taken in quite a few other places along the main avenue, and when my partner saw this was Croatian, we decided...More
This was our best meal in Berlin and had we not eaten here on our last night probably would have returned night after night. Ok I'm biased as I love all things Croatian, but it was really good. Great prsut and sir, excellent mains, good...More
Date of visit: February 2018
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Zeljko Z, Inhaber at Restaurant Split, responded to this reviewResponded March 9, 2018
We literally went here for a wee. However, it was amazing. Wood panelled walls, moody waiters and such good plates of meat being delivered to other tables. Amazing atmosphere - stuffs gone down, ya know? Want to come back for actual food
Came here on a recommendation and was pleasantly surprised. Had a mixed grill which was huge and really well cooked and tasty - If you want a meat feast this is the place to come. Also had chips, rice and salad so was healthy too....More
With large tables full of families and groups, this was a find. A glass of Grasevina while perusing the menu, I selected the Rauber-Teller, which looked to be a fine way to sample Croatian cuisine. Two Cevapcici, pork split, small meat loaf, pork chop, bacon,...More
....... but not outstanding. The food was tasty and well cooked but lacked a bit of finesse. Nevertheless, the staff were attentive and helpful and the wines were nice.The decor in the part of the restaurant where we were seated was somewhat dated in style...More